Due to the pandemic, our workshop is temporarily closed until further notice. 

Right to Move (RTM) is typically open:
Monday: 6 pm – 9 pm
Tuesday:  6 pm – 9 pm
Wednesday: open only for WTF night – Women Trans Femmes
Thursday: 6 pm – 9 pm
Friday: 6 pm – 9 pm

About WTF Night
The community bike shop Right to Move opens its doors every Wednesday to welcome all people who are trans, femme, women, non-binary and others who feel that male dominated spaces aren’t for them. Come fix your bike in an open and welcoming ambiance! From 6 to 9 pm.

Other Info
RTM also hosts occasional intensive workshop tutorials and other events. RTM is closed exceptionally from time to time, and members are notified of such occasions via a mailing list. RTM is usually closed for a period of two weeks during the holidays.


RTM is located in the alley between Bishop and Mackay, below Sherbrooke o. The nearest metro station is Guy-Concordia; generally, you can transport your bicycle on the Metro (subway) on weekends all day, and on weekdays from 10-3 pm, and from 7 pm onward.
On this page, you’ll find a compiled list of Montreal community bike shops, with complete information, including local maps. The information here is maintained on a ‘reasonable-effort’ basis only.


For a wider perspective, Montreal’s Community Bike Shops is a cumulative map of local not-for-profit shops offering instruction and bicycle maintenance and repair facilities to the general public. Globally, there’s an open collaboration map available showing community bicycle organizations world-wide.